Mission Control: How to train the high-drive dog
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I find when you've got an understanding of this down some books can make it very dull and dry to read which loses me in the first few chapters. Today I have Jane Ardern here with me to talk about training high drive dogs, training gun dogs, and release cues in particular.
the book has inspired me greatly and i only hope that i get to meet work with and be trained by Jane Arden one day soon. She provides online support through a membership community for other enthusiasts and professionals and is the creator of Smart Pup, a puppy training subscription box. Learn how to use positive reinforcement to have your dog work with you in partnership and build a strong bond. But again, they all have certain traits, they're all designed to grow those behaviors as they mature. When you took them home, they were really hard work, because they had that presence and they were usually full on and drive-y.Jane is an accredited Instructor with The Gundog Club in the UK which promotes positive reinforcement training for Gundogs. Recognised as a hands-on realist, Jane combines an academic background with extensive practical experience as an ‘in the trenches’ trainer.
I didn't realise how many self control exercises there were between the exercises I generally did and the first stages. This webinar is to help owners of both pet and competition dogs get the best out of them, both in general day-to-day life and in competition and sports. As I got into dog training, it drove me into being very aware and making the effort that the teaching people, understanding how to communicate and support and help people, is so important if you want to get your dog training method across to people. As well as the theory, there are lots of great, step by step games and exercises to help your dog build up the ability to think and make the choices you’d like them to make rather than only performing to cue. We will look at identifying arousal through observable behaviors including when and how to support your dog.I always say to people, after twenty years of trying to motivate Leonbergers, I just got a Cocker Spaniel instead. In this book, you get advice on how to channel that energy into the training and behavior you want, no matter what type of training you’re interested in: gun dog work, agility, basic obedience, etc. Recognized as a hands-on realist, Jane combines an academic background with extensive practical experience as an ‘in the trenches’ trainer.